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The Computer Journal Issue 81

Published 1998

Issue #81, Spring 1998.
Editor's Column And in this issue...
About the 'Net - Technology changes. By Ted Deppner
Reader to Reader - Letters from our readers.
Stress Testing PCs With Linux - Checking your PC's reliability. By Frank Sergeant.
Banked/Portable I/O System - B/P Bios, Part 2. By Harold F. Bower and Cameron W. Cotrill
Real Computing - Linux, Samba, Minix. By Rick Rodman.
The Unoffical CP/M Web Page - Source code for CP/M. By Tim Olmstead. Links are on the TEOT page.
Simplex III - Homebuilt microcoded TTL processor, Parts 4 & 5. By Dave Brooks.
High-Density FDC for YASBEC - Modifying the YASBEC for a new disk controller. By Hal Bowers. Source code
Multitasking 8051 CamelForth - An extension to CamelForth for the 8051. By Brad Rodriguez. Source Code
Small System Support - The Lottery, BASIC, and comment, By Ronald W. Anderson.
I/O Software and Operating Systems - I/O performance limits and considerations. By Dave Baldwin
The Computer Corner - Part 1, Linux or DOS?, by Bill Kibler.
TCJ Store - Things for sale from TCJ.
Support Groups for the Classics
The Computer Corner - Part 2, the Move to Linux, by Bill Kibler.

Year 1998
Language English
Collection the-computer-journal; computernewsletters


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